Publishing Prolifically In June
In the month of June, I published 60 pieces in all. I’m in awe just to look at it all. I’ve finally doubled my income from May. It wasn’t easy since I had a dip in engagement. But, I managed to pull through.
The lessons I’ve learned in June is:
- publishing prolifically allowed me to make it a habit without any excuses to create work time.
- publishing prolifically instilled discipline in me.
- publishing poetry prolifically has been a rather fun process.
- I had volatile mood swings as I suffered every week from the writer’s high and then the corresponding mood dip.
- I neglected my health quite a bit in the process.
- In July, I am trying to achieve more of a balance with publishing 40 quality pieces, doing more freelance work for clients and pitching to Medium publications.
Below is a summary of my best personal essays from the month for your enjoyment:
Covert Incest and Family Culture of Achievement
In relation to a narcissistic family system, how to identify it and heal from it.
I Didn’t Know That I Was Depressed
Ways to Deal With Cycles of Depression from a High Functioning Person.
Graduating From Patriarchal Bias
A personal story of rising above my lifetime in patriarchy.
When The Light Doesn’t Shine On You
The Psychology of Dealing With Envy and Jealousy of Other Writers
Have a great day!
About the Author
Jun Wu is a Content Writer for Technology, AI, Data Science, Psychology, and Parenting. She has a background in programming and statistics. On her spare time, she writes poetry and blogs on her website.